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Twenty-nine typed columns of personal opinion and commentary written by Milton D. Peters. Some appear to have been presented on KWTO Radio.

Black and white photo of a large audience in the Shrine Mosque listening to the KWTO Korns-a-Krackin' program. The stage is set for a musical performance.

Paperback pamphlet of hillbilly humor, commentary about weather, the natural world, Springfield and the surrounding area and autobiographical sketches.Written by C.C.(Charles Claiborn) Williford, KWTO weatherman and radio personality.

Black and white photo of Bill Ring and "Goo Goo" Rutledge. "Goo Goo" is choosing coupons from Bill Ring. Associated with KWTO radio.

Program for "Springfield Kiwanis Club presents KWTO - Kiwanis Fun Follies, Minstrel Carnival Dance."

A nude figurine possibly in the likeness of Bette Davis. The writing on the back of the photo indicates it was made and carved by a Mr. Twiss of Arkansas and given to Bette Davis as šn "÷zark Oscar" by radio station KWTO upon the occasion of Miss Davis' visit to Springfield for a bond drive during WWII.Black and white, 8x10

Black and white photo of the Carl Haden family, parents and six children. Haden worked on the staff of KWTO-KGBX radio.

Black and white negative of Harry Truman and other officials on the reviewing stand across the street from the Shrine Mosque.

Black and white photo of Ronald Regan and Nancy Davis riding in a convertible in a parade with Harry Truman in the background.

Newspaper clipping about Maj.Gen. William Beiderlinden who received a Drury college Distinguished Service Award in 1951 for capturing Heidelburg, Germany during World War II without destroying the historic city. Beiderlinden was Commander of the 44th division field artillery, U.S. Army.

Videotape copy of a Warner Pathe newsreel of President Harry S. Truman in Springfield for the 35th Division reunion. Shows the parade, gala at the Shrine Mosque and movie opening at the Gillioz Theatre.

33 and a third rpm phonagraph record of the Red Foley Show, red and white label, brown paper sleeve, #97 and #98. Probably recorded from radio shows produced by Crossroads Productions. Radiozark Enterprises was owned by Ralph Foster, Lester Cox and John Mahaffey.

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